It would be nice to be able to control how long the camera stays in each position before panning to the next. Currently, it stays for 10 seconds, without any ability to adjust it. Individual settings for each stop would be nice
I have a pancam in my shop, and I love it, BUT… I would love it even more if it could keep an eye on the register during opening hours, and an eye on the door when were closed.
That’s why I would like to propose a change to the panscan feature. Maybe let people enter the length of time the camera should stay on each position, or alternatively, enter the time at which the camera should move to that position.
Example; For me it would be position 1 at 8:00am, and position 2 at 6:00pm,
or stay at position 1 for 10 hours, stay at position 2 for 14 hours.
Any plans to add a rule where you can schedule the pan cam to turn to certain waypoints by time of day?
Absolutely need this feature. And the suggestion about rules controlling waypoint focus at set times. Brilliant!
Right now the default time the wyze pan scan stay on is 10 seconds on each waypoints. I would like to be able to customize that for my needs. Thanks!
Hi… Is it possible to increase default pause time of (10 seconds) during pan scan?? The 10 seconds seems a little short and would be nice if it was adjustable
Thank you for your time
[Moderator Note: This is a merged topic.]
Make scan time limit adjustable feel like 10secs is a lot of moving
Agreed. But make a thread in the wishlist section and I’ll vote on it.
@Krbodkin You can VOTE for it now at the top of this thread.
On the Cam Pan in Pan Scan mode, there is a hard-coded 10 second delay between visiting waypoints. Allow user to set the time between waypoints to any arbitrary time (5-60 seconds, 1-60 minutes).
so much this. a hard-coded 10 seconds?
How about adding a “random” scan instead of ever 10 seconds? For those of us using them for security purposes, ‘Intruders’ would not be able to ‘time’ when the camera would be pointed in a certain direction. Or at least “randomize” between the 4 fixed positions?